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10/10 To Improve We Must Evolve. This Book Inspires!
 
By Zach Even - Esh / Manasquan, NJ, The Underground Strength Gym

I am always seeking new knowledge both for myself and for the athletes I train. The one phrase that has always been a red flag for me when sharing new information is "We always did it this way." I did NOT want to be "that guy" or that coach who never evolved
and refused to open my mind to knowledge. And, at age 41, I am seeking out ways to evolve today more than ever.
How can I get stronger, healthier, more energetic and feel better NOW than I did 10 + years ago? How can I accelerate the results of the coaching and training
I offer is a question I ask myself. The answer is to learn more and constantly seek out greater knowledge.
I began the first breathing exercises immediately upon reading the procedures in this book. And after only a few minutes of breath practice, for the first time in a while, I felt relaxed in a way I hadn't felt in a long time.
I am looking forward to putting this information to use for myself and for
those who dare to evolve and improve.
"I always did it that way" is a dead end street!

 
10/10 back to life
 
By sylvia Ingram / Kingsland, Georgia, United States

It's tight and right thank you looking forward to getting back in shape

 
8/10 Brrrrr!
 
By Michael Pick / San Diego, CA, United States

Have been taking cold showers (no hot water) for about a year now, but adding the breathing part really takes it to a new level. Working outside in 15 to 30 degree weather this winter and the breathing really takes your mind off the cold.
Very entertaining book, highly recommended.

 
10/10 The way of the iceman
 
By OTTO KARAGIAOURIS / BRUNSWICK, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

Great ebook very easy to read understandable in a different ligh of nature, that made me feel, to be curious about how nature has got all the answers.

 
5/10 Almost perfect
 
By Eno Christmann / Sarreguemines, Moselle, France

great book , great content and big inspiration. But unfortunately it is missing in my opinion a more detailed development of the practice. Further the connection between the beginner and advanced cold exposure technics and the actual application of them. It comes a little short. But great book, though.

 
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